Josh Lee is a Western Australian filmmaker who studied at Murdoch University & FTI, gaining a first class honours degree in Media Studies and an Advanced Diploma in Video Production, before going on to complete a Masters in Documentary at the Australian Film, Television & Radio School. He has 10 years of experience working around the world as a freelance cinematographer and editor. Directing credits include: A Dollar for the Good Ones (24mins), which received best documentary at the WA Screen Awards and received acquisition interest from the ABC. Pain is Temporary Pride is Forever (50mins) which was supported through the Screenwest LINK initiative and also won best documentary at the WA Screen Awards. ‘The World Film Project’ (4 x 5mins) filmed throughout Central America and Asia on the topic of sustainability and A Guide to North Korea (30min) proof of concept film on the fledgling tourism industry in North Korea.
Alice is a factual producer whose most recent broadcast credits include 6 x 10min series Biogenesis (2019, ABC Arts), 1hr obs doc Behind the Blue Line (2018, SBS), The Kimberley Man (2018, NITV), 6 x 10min series Shock Art (2017, ABC Arts) and Candidate Games (2016 ABC2, Opening Shot 4). Last year Alice produced Virtual Whadjuk, a VR project now playing at festivals and museums around Australia. In 2016 Alice produced an award winning interactive doc Beneath the Waves, that won the Australian Web Award, the ATOM award, the WA Screen Award and was a finalist in the 2017 SXSW Interactive awards. Her debut feature doc, Hunter: For The Record, was awarded the WA Screen Award for Best Feature Documentary in 2013.